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AUTUMN COLOURS 



A new Fall Term is always ushered in with a flurry of colour. 
Blue predominated with the return of the school jacket for all 
grades. Various alternatives were tried (see right, above) but 
the traditional jacket won hands down. Red was the colour of 
Mr. Monahan's face when his wife surprised him with a 
Birthday singing telegram. The colour of summer sunshine 
continued to draw its devotees well into November. A slight 
flush is the colour of a cross-country runner but it's a healthy 
glow especially manifest in Mr. McDougall, Mr. Pagano and 
Fr. Hibberd. 




SR. VOLLEYBALL 



Mr. v. Pagano (Coach) 
John Andrenacci 
Mark Kraczinski 
Rocco Lamanna 
Scott Murphy 
Greg Hook 
Mark Trainer 
Pat DiCosmo 
Mike Van Leeuwen 
Ed Tomes 
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students assemble to acknowledge the 
athletic prowess of those students par- 
ticipating in the 79 Sports' Programme. 

This year we feature the Sr. Kerry Blues, (see 
next page, from left to right) Row 1: Steve 
McCabe, Peter Callaghan, Dan Reszcynski, 
Enzo Montemurro, Sam Evangelista, Greg 
Masterson, PaulCardozo, MarkGaynor. Row 
2: John Kostyk, Robert Haiaz, Tony Di 
Giovanni, Bruno Guerriero, John Savaglio, 
Roman Mesec, Brian Jarvis, Saverio Di Maio. 
Row 3: Robert Gallant, Rolim Cabrita, Fabio 
Cattelan, Joe Digiovanni, Art Rubino, Ernie 
Pietrobon, Gavin D'Eri, Mark Santonato. 
Row 4: Mike Santonato, Clorindo Grilli, Mike 
Finam, Bruno Pitoscia, Mark Ferraro, Tony 
Bernebe, Dominic Garisto, Greg Knap. 

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More Kerry Blues: (From Left to 
Right): Mike Goncalves, Joe Tucci, 
Mario Morra, George Vince, 
Romeo Milano. Trainers: Tony 
Ocana and Dan Fava. Missing: 
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CHRISTMAS 
CONCERT 



(Left): The Concert Band under the baton of Mr. 
J.B. Guerriere. Woodwind Quintet: T. Poloni, D. 
Thomas, S. Cancelli, M. McManus, M. Davey. 
Brass Quintet: M. Davey, P. Farrugia, P. 
Sylvester, L. Brasca, Mr. J.B. Guerriere. 
(Right): St. Michael's exciting Stage Band with 
A. McKenna at the Piano. Trumpets: L. Brasca, 
Mr. Guerriere, A. McKenna. 







JOHANNES REUCHLIN 
AND THE TALMUD 

Written by Canadian playwright, 
Basya Hunter was admirably per- 
formed by Michael McManus, Stefan 
Bilaniuk, Peter Federico, Catherine 
Meechan, John De Pinto, Jack 
Golabek, Leo Filipovic, Kevin 
Donivan, John Hayes, Richard 
Bochenek, Joseph Mandarino. 
Technical and Construction 
assistants: Luigi Martino, Paul 
Alcamo, Peter Nero, Chris Bingham, 
Dave Mercer, Frank Caravaggio, Joe 
Gisini, Sally Heit, Jenny Anzin, 
Yvonne Hibbein, Maureen Malone, 
Mary Ellen Watson, Clare Meechan, 
Paul Naccarato, Marianne Arm- 
strong, Cara Strumborg, Dave 
Pellettier. The play was directed by 
Fr. R. McKinnon, Dr. M. Higgins and 
Mr. M. Story. 




WORSHIPING 
TOGETHER 

One of the many opportunities for Christian 
worship afforded the St. Michael's com- 
munity is the Basiiian Fathers' Birthday. 
Basilians, staff and students gather after 
school to celebrate this important date for 
the school. 



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STUDENT BODY 



THE CLASS OF '80 



RaffaeleAnnetta 

There is nothing so in- 
supportable to man as complete 
repose, without passion, oc- 
cupation, amusement, care. 
Then it is that he feels his 
nothingness, his isolation, his 
insufficiency, his dependence, 
his inportance, his emptiness. 
Pascal 

Joseph Arnone 




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Peter Bala ban 

For it is the part of a truly great 
man not merely to be equal to 
great things, but also to make 
little things great by his own 
power. 
St. Basil 

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Adam Bialczyk 

He who stays not in his lit- 
tleness loses his greatness. 
St. Francis de Sales. 

Antonio Bianchi 



John Brooks 

For so it is with all greatness, 
that, because it is great, it 
cannot be comprehended by 
ordinary minds at once; but 
time, and distance, and con- 
templation are necessary for its 
being recognized by beholders. 
Cardinal Newman. 

Fred Brown 



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William Barrett 

The thing from which the world 
suffers just now more than from 
any other evil is not the 
assertions of falsehoods, but 
the endless and irrepressible 
repetition of half-truths. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

Damir Benko 



Walter Bickford 

No one is really happy merely 
because he has what he wants, 
but only if he wants things he 
ought to want. 
St. Augustine. 

Stefan Bilaniuk 





Wayne Brown 

The past and present are only 
our means; the future is always 
our end. Thus we never really 
live, but only hope to live. 
Always looking forward to being 
happy, it is inevitable that we 
should never be so. 
Pascal. 

Nicodemo Bruzzese 



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Roy Bucciol 

Happiness is a mystery like 
religion, and should never be 
rationalized. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

Tony Butera 




TonyCammareri 

The false optimism, the modern 
happiness, tires us because it 
tells us we fit into this world. 
The true happiness is that we 
don't fit. We come from 
somewhere else. We have lost 
our way. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

FilippoCapuano 







Ted Chmielewski 

And the heart that is soonest 
awake to the flowers, is always 
the first to be touched by the 
thorns. 
Thomas More. 

Thomas Ciune 





Mario Buzdon 

No one is so rich that he does 
not need another's help; no one 
is so poor as not to be useful in 
some way to his fellow man; and 
the disposition to ask 
assistance from others with 
confidence and to grant it with 
kindness, is part of our very 
nature. 
Pope Leo XIII. 

Peter Callaghan 





Edward Cattana 

Christian heroism has not the 
same sources as heroism of 
other kinds. It has its source in 
the heart of a God scourged and 
turned to scorn and crucified 
outside the city gate. 
J. Maritain. 

Mario Chiarelli 




Joseph Conforti 

Personal experience proves the 
lesson of history, that what 
religion needs is not so much 
holy states of life as holy men 
and women. 
Isaac T. Hecker. 

Mike Cormier 




John DeCoteau 

Nothing is more suspicious, in a 
man who seems holy, than an 
impatient desire to reform 
other men. 
Thomas IVIerton. 

Ferdinando DeFrancesco 





Gianni Delia Mora 

He that complains or murmurs 
is not perfect, nor is he even a 

food Christian, 
t. John of the Cross. 

Donato DiCosmo 




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Gregory Donaghy 

honorable conscience, clear 

and chaste. 

How small a fault stings thee to 

bitter smart! 

Dante. 

Paul Dowsett 



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Wayne Deighton 

Conscience does not repose on 
itself, but vaguely reaches 
forward to something beyond 
self, and dimly discerns a 
sanction higher than self for its 
decisions, as is evidenced in 
that keen sense of obligation 
and responsiblity which informs 
them. 
Cardinal Newman. 

David DelBrocco 




Salvatore DiMichele 

When men understand each 
other's meaning, they see, for 
the most part, that controversy 
is either superfluous or 
hopeless. 
Cardinal Newman. 

Frank DiNino 





John Dybczak 

We are not our own, any more 
than what we possess is our 
own. We did not make our- 
selves; we cannot be 
suprememover ourselves. We 
cannot be our own masters. We 
are God's property by creation, 
by redemption, by 
regeneration. 
Cardinal Newman. 



Dennis Endrizzi 



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Steven Engyel 

A man is perfectly entitled to 
laugh at a thing because he 
happens to find it in- 
comprehensible. What he has 
no right to do is to laugh at it as 
incomprehensible, and then 
criticize it as if he com- 
prehended it. 
G.K.Chesterton. 

Salvatore Evangelista 



Peter Federico 

If a writer is so cautious that he 
never writes anything that 
cannot be criticized, he will 
never write anything that can 
be read. If you want to help 
other people you have got to 
make up your mind to write 
things that some men will 
condemn. 
Thomas Merton. 

Mark Ferraro 



Robert Francescutto 

That Christianity is identical 

with democracy, is the hardest 

of gospels; there is nothing that 

so strikes men with fear as the 

saying that they are all sons of 

God. 

G.K. Chesterton. 

Marco Franzoi 



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Frank Faieta 

Democracy means government 
by ^he uneducated, while 
aristocracy means government 
by the badly educated. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

Gregory Farrugia 



Michael Finan 

True democracy cannot exist 
and thrive except in an at- 
mosphere of respect for God 
and an observance of His 
commandments, as well as for 
the Christian solidarity of 
brotherhood. 
Pope Pius XII. 

Paul Fornasier 



Bernard Frith 

Recreations are not education; 
accomplishments are not 
education. Do not say, the 
people must be educated, when 
after all you only mean amused, 
refreshed, soothed, put into 
good spirits and good humour, 
or kept from vicious excesses. I 
do not say that such 
amusements, such occupations 
of mind, are not a great gain; 
but they are not education. 
Cardinal Newman. 

Bruno Fullone 



Giuseppe Gagliardi 

In educating the young it is not 
sufficient that religious in- 
struction be given to them at 
fixed times; it is necessary also 
that every subject that is taught 
to them be permeated with 
piety. If this is 
little good can be 
from any kind of 



Christian 
wanting, 
expected 
learning. 
Pope Leo XIII. 



Vince Gardner 




Stephen Gray 

The evolutionists seem to know 

everything about the missing 

link except the fact that it is 

missing. 

G.K. Chesterton. 

Andrew Griffin 



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Take away all evil, and much 

good would go with it. God's 

care is to bring good out of evils 

which happen, not to abolish 

them. 

St. Thomas Aquinas. 

MatteoGiuliano 






Dominic Garisto 

Faith is the substance of things 
hoped, and proof of things 
invisible to mortal sight. 
Dante. 

Richard Gawel 



Richard Gleasure 

Sometimes faith is far more 
beautiful unadorned, and it is 
quite possible to crush a 
delicate and browing faith with 
a weight of learned arguments 
intended to adorn and perfect 
it. 
R.H. Benson. 

Christopher Gray 






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Bruno Guerriero 

Ultimately faith is the only key 
to the universe. The final 
meaning of human existence, 
and the answers to the 
questions on which all our 
happiness depends cannot be 
found in any other way. 
Thomas Merton 



Joseph Guzara 



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Paul Gyulay 

If we surrender everything to 
reason, our religion will lose all 
mystery and the supernatural. 
If we offend against the prin- 
ciples of reason, our religion 
will be absurd and ridiculous. 
Pascal. 

Frank Hannan 



Ronald Hrab 

What men call fame is, after all, 
but a very windy thing. A man 
thinks that many are praising 
him, and talking of him alone, 
and yet they spend but a very 
small part of the day thinking of 
him, being occupied with things 
of their own. 
S. Thomas More. 

Paul Hupka 



John Jamnik 

The family is more sacred than 
the state, and men are begotten 
not for the earth and for time, 
but for heaven and eternity. 
Pope Pius XI. 

Gregory Knap 



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Adam Hawkins 

The union of the family lies in 
love; and love is the only 
reconcilation of authority and 
liberty. 
R.H. Benson. 

Gregory Hook 



Jim Hurley 

At the root of all war is fear: not 
so much the fear men have of 
one another as the fear they 
have of everything. It is not 
merely that they do not trust 
one another: they do not even 
trust themselves. If they are not 
sure when someone else may 
turn around and kill them, they 
are still less sure when they 
may turn around and kill 
themselves. They cannot trust 
anything, because they have 
ceased to believe in God. 
Thomas Merton. 

Richard Indris 



Alexander Komarnycky 

It is a fundamental human 
right, a privilege of nature, that 
every man should worship 
according to his own con- 
victions: one man's religion 
neither harms nor helps 
another man. It is certainly no 
part of religion to compel 
religion. 
Tertullian. 



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Mark Kraczynski 

For herein especially does a 
friend differ from a flatterer; 
the flatterer speaks to give 
pleasure, but the friend refrains 
from nothing, even that which 
gives pain. 
St. Basil. 

Benjamin Krasna 





Scott Magder 

To say that a man is an idealist 
is merely to say that he is a 
man. There is only one startling 
thing to be done with the ideal, 
and that is to do it. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

David Mahoney 



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George Lauretti 

Great geniuses have their 
empire, their renown, their 
greatness, their victory and 
their lustre, and have no need 
of material grandeurs, with 
which they have no relation. 
They are not seen with the eyes, 
but with the mind; that is 
enough. 
Pascal. 

Martin Lavergne 






Shayne Kukulowicz 

Whereas knowledge and action 
make a man happy, as in 
knowledge error must be 
guarded against, so must 
wickedness be avoided in 
action. Now whosoever sup- 
poses that he can know truth 
while he is living iniquitously, is 
in error. 
St. Augustine. 

Frank LaManna 




Andre Maraldo 

That only is true enlargement of 
mind which is the power of 
viewing many things at once as 
one wnole or referring them 
severally to their true place in 
the universal system, of un- 
derstanding their respective 
values, and determining their 
mutual dependence. 
Cardinal Newman. 



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Gregory Masterson 

We must return again and again 
to the simple doctrine: physical 
labour, manual work, is not in 
itself bad. It is the necessary 
basis of all human production 
and, and in the most strict 
sense of the words, physical 
labour directed to the things 
needed for human life is both 
honourable and holy. 
Eric Gill 

Stephen McCabe 



Shawn Meehan 

The idea of liberty has 
ultimately a religious root; that 
is why men find it so easy to die 
for and so difficult to define. It 
refers finally to the fact that, 
while the oyster and the palm 
tree have to save their lives by 
law, man has to save his soul by 
choice. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

Louie Menezes 






Rossano Morelli 

Literature always anticipates 
life. It does not copy it, but 
moulds it to its purpose. 
Oscar Wilde. 

David Morin 



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Kevin McDonnell 

Man is not worthy of God; but 
he is not incapable of being 
made worthy of him. 
Pascal. 

Thomas McNulty 





Romeo Milano 

Man is an epitome of the world; 
he is a little world in himself, in 
which all that is to be found in 
the great world of the universe 
is to be found. 
St. Francis de Sales. 

Yoshiaki Mogi 




Mario Morra 

Man is an exception, whatever 
else he is. If he is not the image 
of God, then he is a disease of 
the dust. If it is not true that a 
divine being fell, then we can 
only say that one of the animals 
went entirely off his head. 
G.K.Chesterton. 

Rudy Morrone 



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Robert Niccoli 

To be merely modern is to 
condemn oneself to an ultimate 
narrowness; Just as to spend 
one's last earthly money on the 
newest hat is to condemn 
oneself to the old-fashioned. 
The road of the ancient cen- 
turies is strewn with dead 
moderns. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

Paul O'Brien 





David Pellettier 

If you have money, consider 
that perhaps the only reason 
God allowed it to fall into your 
hands was in order that you 
might find joy and perfection by 
throwing it away. 
Thomas Merton. 

John Pidkowich 



Bruno Pitoscia 

To most men argument makes 
the point at hand only more 
doubtful, and considerably less 
impressive. After all, man is not 
merely a reasoning animal; he is 
a seeing, feeling, con- 
templating, acting animal. 
Cardinal Newman. 

Arthur Plank 



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Tiziano Pietrobon 

Religion is the sense of ultimate 

reality, of whatever meaning a 

man finds in his own existence 

or the existence of anything 

else. 

G.K. Chersterton. 

Michael Pikul 



Mark O'Connor 

A man who is religious, is 
religious morning, noon, and 
night; his religion is a certain 
character, a mould in which his 
thoughts, words, and actions 
are cast, all forming parts of 
one and the same whole. 
Cardinal Newman. 

Jerry Paterna 




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Darko Poletto 

Religion and art are older than 
agriculture and industry. In the 
beginning was the word, and 
man was a seer and an artist 
before he was producer. 
C. Dawson. 

Andrea Porko 



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Walter Russo 

What end do men pursue with 
so vast and diffused an activity 
as sport? It is the use, the 
development, the control - by 
means of man and for the 
service of man - of the energies 
enclosed within the body; the 
joy which comes from this 
power and action, is not unlike 
that which the artist ex- 
periences when he is using, and 
is master of, his instrument. 
Pope Pius XII. 

GinoSaccone 



Dominic Pullano 

Sport is necessary for some 
natures. After all, the killing of 
creatures is necessary for 
man's food, and sport ... is a 
survival of man's delight in 
obtaining food, and it requires 
certain noble qualities of en- 
durance and skill. 
R.H. Benson. 

Daniel Reszczynski 






John Savaglio 

Talents are distributed 
unevenly, it is true; to one ten, 
and to another five; but each 
has one pound, all alike. 
R.H. Benson. 

George Schneider 




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David Rose 

By space the universe em- 
braces me and swallows me up 
like an atom, by thought I 
embrace the universe. 
Pascal. 



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Daniel Sanelli 

The modern world with its 
modern movements is living on 
its Christian capital. It is using, 
and using up, the truths that 
remain to it out of the treasury 
of Christendom; including, of 
course, many truths known to 
pagan antiquity by crystallized 
in Christendom. 
G.K. Chesterton. 

John Santos 



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John Sexton 

Too much noise deafens us; too 
much light dazzles us; too much 
distance or too much proximity 
impedes vision; too much 
length or too much brevity of 
discourse obsures it; too much 
truth astonishes us. 
Pascal. 

William Spence 



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Gregory Storus 

It is better to remain silent than 
speak the truth ill-humouredly, 
and so spoil an excellent dish by 
covering it with bad sauce. 
J. P. Camus. 

Paul Sylvester 



Ian Temple 

This seems to me the only real 
safeguard of life; that the mind, 
by the life-giving power of the 
spirit, be illuminated for the 
acquisition of knowledge and be 
inspired with the love of honour 
and zeal for virtue. 
John of Salisbury 

Edward Tomes 



Frank Venturo 

Some of the most virtuous men 
in the world are also the bit- 
terest and most unhappy, 
because they have un- 
consciously come to believe 
that all their happiness 
depends on their being more 
virtuous than other men. 
Thomas Merton. 

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Steve Taray 

The bread that you store up 
belongs to the hungry; the cloak 
that lies in your chest belongs 
to the naked; and the gold you 
have hidden in the ground 
belongs to the poor. 
St. Basil. 

Helder Teles 



Christopher Tysiaczny 

Justice requires that all men 
acknowledge and defend the 
sacrosanct rights of human 
freedom and human dignity, 
and that the infinite wealth 
resources with which God has 
endowed the whole of the 
earth, shall be distributed, in 
conformity with right reason, 
for the use of all His children. 
Pope Pius XII. 

Michael Van Leeuwen 



Eugene Woloschuk 

There are three theories of 
power and therefore of 
authority, to wit: the robber 
theory that all power is for 
mastery; the hireling theory 
that all power is for wealth; the 
good shepherd theory that all 
power is for service. 
V. McNabb. 

Andrew Wyszynski 



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12A 



Joseph Bevk 

Gavin D'Eri 

Myles Davey 

Edward Dawson 



Tony DiGiovanni 

Gordon Dineen 

James Doran 

Christopher 
Ellingwood 



Domenic 
Ferrovecchio 

Robert Gallant 

Eamonn Gaynor 

Michael Goncalves 



ClorindoGrilli 

Kenneth Hartwick 

Philip Hibbein 

Dermott Kyne 

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Alan Andrechuk 

Richard Aucoin 

Greg Beatty 





David Lee 

Stephen 
Lorenowicz 

Richard Mahue 

Chris Masterson 



Martin Mika 
Enzo IVIontemurro 
Shawn O'Suilivan 
Bradley Dates 



Tom Reynolds 
Robert Ricci 
Stephen Sadler 
MikeSantonato 



Steve Saul 
Joseph Sparovec 
John Swales 
Peter Thurton 



MarkTraynor 
David Turner 
George Vince 
John Wilson 

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12B 



Len Cadorin 

Ted Canning 

Paul Cira 

Joseph DeBono 



Al DeNovellis 

Giuseppe DiGiovanni 

Antonio Discenza 

Adrian Flynn 



Robert Guarino 

Mark Jones 

Richard Kelly 

John Kostyk 



Cosimo LaRosa 

Patrick Lee 

Leon Andre 

Carmen Marchelletta 



Richard Bednarski 

Michael Belanger 

Rolin Cabrita 




Luigi Martino 
Roman Mesec 
John Mirasola 
Ernest Pietrobon 



John Pogor 
Ed Roscetti 
Nunzio Rucchetta 
Ihor Setnyk 



Ralph Suppa 
Eugene Sweeney 
Eugene Tarczy 
Vita Valela 



12C 



David Conforti 

Reno DeBono 

Frank Dinardo 

Kevin Donivan 



John Glowacki 

James Gosciola 

Brian Higgins 

Clarke LaPrairie 



Michael LattanzJ 

Durval Martins 

Gregory McErlean 

Paul Morassutti 



Richard Mucha 

Matthew Ratchford 

James Reilly 

Anthony Romanin 

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Mark Bayley 

Dermot Butler 

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Rocco Sabastiano 
Steven Taskar 
Bela Tibor 
Stephen Urszenyi 



Paul Alcamo 
DomenicoAntinori 



Daniel Bellisario 
Antonio Bernabei 
Luigi Brasca 
John Cailaghan 



Anthony Cancilla 
FabioCattelan 
Robert Clausi 
Salvatore Desiato 



Franco DiVona 
Sean Foran 
Peter Haffey 
Philip Kremer 

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12D 

(Continued) 



Joncarlo Lista 

LuisMarmelo 

Tony Mazzilli 

James McDonald 



Mark Mihevc 
Michael Newediuk 

Gidi Novello 
Michael O'Driscoll 



Pasquale Parente 

Theodore Poloni 

MarkSadauskas 

GerlandoSdad 



Dominic Sgro 

Peter Solymos 

Philip Staibano 

Gerard Sternik 

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Terence Lahey 

Rocco LaManna 

Frank Leonardelli 





Nykolai Bilaniuk 
Paul Cardoza 
Luigi Cianfarani 



Vincenzo Diano 
John Doucet 
Ricardi Dri 
Edward Greszczuk 



Robert Halasz 
John Hayes 
Nigel Inniss 
Brian Jarvis 



John Kelly 
Neil MacDonald 
Gerald Mackrell 
Peter McKay 



Brendan O'Halloran 
Michael O'Toole 
Michael Orsini 
Ricky Roncardin 

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12F 



Michael Ceolin 

Anthony DeMarco 

Salvatore DeNardo 

Saverio DiMaio 



Robert Faiello 

Rodney Fasan 

Philip HIadun 

Paul Kaliciak 



Alvin Kisonas 

Anthony Kuliszewski 

Mark MacDonald 

Frank Madonna 



Nazzareno Capano 
John Carvalho 






John Mio 

Peter Monastyrskyj 
Tony Oca na 
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Franco Plastina 
Arthur Rubino 
Brian Smith 
MauroTerenzi 



STUDENTS NOT APPEARING IN HOME ROOMS 

Michael McManus, Sam Bonnano, Paul Sitarski. 




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RinoAversa Nicholas Bayley Patrick Brooks Cyril Chen 




JimChiarotto FiorinoCiavone Frank Ciccolini Frank Dalcin Angelo DeBono 




Leonard Filipovic Joseph Flynn James Foley James Foran Mario Fortuna 





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Michael Glionna 

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JackGolabek John Grant 



Neil Jones Laurenz Kosichek 




Peter Kuliszewski Jeffrey Lehman John Mably Joseph Mandarine Roberto Morrone 




Scott Murphy John Perchal Joseph Peschisolido Paul Pierobon Frank Rivera 




Michael Scott GergorySgro Michael Shea AngeloSimone Dario Sovran 




John Svab John Windisman 



IIB 




Andre Beaulieu Richard Bochenek Graham Brown John Carpe 




Kirt Charter Joseph Fazio Gabe DiMartino William Fenton 



PaulGillis 




Peter Grossi Joseph Hayes Joseph Heeney Robert Krautsak Stephen Kuzdenyi 




Rosario Lunardo Nicholas Mandrak DomenicManzo Richard Marshall Kevin McGivney 

52 




Stephen McMahon John McMillan Paul Molony Gregory O'Connor TonyOzanic 




Gary Pastor Mario Pietrangelo Derek Saniga 



Tim Slater 



David Stinson 




Frank Zakrajsek Miroslav Zdravecky 



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William Acton John Andreacci Peter Bajc Daniel Barrett 




Edward Boyd Craig Cats ClaudioCaschera TonyCella StelioD'Alo 




John DeVost Kevin Dineen Robert Fekete Frank Farrugia JoseGrilo 




David Hains 

54 



David Kanary Patrick Kelly Kevin Kratz Milan Kretl 




Daniel Laypa Edmund Mackle Angelo Miele Joseph Pastor Jose Pimentel 




Joseph Pullano John Raymond Peter Riccio Anthony Tanti Kelly Trafford 




Robert Weafer 



55 



IID 




ClaudioAntelmi Andrew Arvaj Francesco Basile John Brady 




StefanoCancelli ElioDiPalma Tom Ferdynus David Glancy JohnGodawa 




Jeffrey Margison Nick Polifemi 



STUDENTS NOT APPEARING WITH HOME 
ROOMS 




Joe Lupiani 
Tom McDonald 
David D'Ercole 
Adrian Cobbold 
Milenko Knezevic 



Royden Giliis 
Noel Beaulieu 
Andrew Smereczynsky 
David Pagniello 



Eric Enfrizzi 
Ezio Del Fatti 
David Thomas 
Gabe Di Martino 



57 



HE 




Anthony Anderson Robert Anderson William Bostjancic Robert Celej 




Kevin Chruch Maurizio DeFranco Anthony De Gale Robert Dizio 



Michael Finan 




Michael Fitzpatrick Luigi Francavilla AngeloGatti Francesco Guida TarasGula 




Sam Haffey 

58 



Scott Hallarn Lawrence Hynes John Koren 



Bohdan Kuzma 




Joseph Laratta Zbigniew Maleszewski Stephen McConnell Andrew Morawski Christopher O'Connor 



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IIF 




Michael Bednarz Manuel Caires John Cavanagh Anthony Cialeglio 




Robert Colle Walter Corradi Darren Cudmore Stephen Endes Anthony Ferrari 




Gino Giordano Anthony Giovanelli Peter Glowacki Emillvancic Brendan Kielty 




Paul Krevs 

60 



Michael Loconte Agostino Marmelo John Masciarelli Richard McGinnis 




Andrew McKenna Robert McMullen Sean Mulvenna Vincenzo Pileggi Robert Placko 




lOA 




Peter Ashworth Pat Bagin Frank Bertucca Patrick Bingham 




William Boyd-Wilson Barry Browne Stephen Callaghan Paul Casciato Edward Czuk 




Daciano Daponte Michael Dinardo Matthew Duffy Michael Edman Robert Gaglia 




Joh n H utch i ngs Wojtek Kaszuba 

62 



MarkKovich Sergio Linarello Jose Linhares 



Peter Martin Luigi Martone Kevin McKay David Meszaros Alex Naszados 




Daniel Paluzzi John Retro James Rosati Jim Ross John Rutherford 




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AldoAgostino Garnet Barnsdale Andrew Berger Christopher Bingham 




David Buchanan Michael Callaghan IVIichael Churchill Mark Dull John Duras 




Diran Frankian MiroGrzybek Petro Hamiwka Chris Hearn John Heng 




Jerry Kafieh Conn Kelly Richard Kircz Milan Laljak George Magalhaes 



64 



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Antonio Barozzino Pietro Bianchi John Bilous Gilbert Brown 




Franco Caravaggio Doug Clarke John Dallava Mario De Facendis Pasquale Di Cosmo 




Milton Egas John Frezell John Horta James Keenan Franco Lora 




Martin Louis Anthony Melo Christopher Mika Richard Mills Patrick O'Driscoll 

66 



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Kevin Phillips Vaulton Reece Christopher Rick 




Scott Reston 


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UgoStaffieri Gordon Stone MarkSzwarc Martin Vandryes Robert Windisman 




67 



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Alan Brolley Steve Bulger Dennis Butler Stephen Caruana 




CorradoCavarra Stephen Ciz Donald Crupi Daniel Fava Joseph Ferreira 




Anthony Filicetti Michael Furgiuele Sean Hancock Roland Isia Joseph James 




Michael James 

68 



Luigi Larocca James Lawlor Ian MacDonald Rivlyn Manning 



Angelo Marino Thomas McCarthy John McKay Barry Naipaul Gregory Narbey 




JohnSparovec Michael Zeppiere 



69 



lOE 




LucioAngelucci Ottavio Aquino Antonio Aromatario Francesco Bazzocchi 




IVIichael Bellisimo Joseph Belsanti Walter Brasca Stephen Budaci Nello Cairo 




Mario Carmosino John Constantino VitoCulmone Alfonso D'Addese John D'Aguanno 




ClaudioDaniele 

70 



Paul De Freitas Joseph DeStefano Anthony Festino Joseph Gesini 




Vincent lozzo Conrad Mandala Salvatore Marrelli MatteoMongelli George Orsini 




Vincenzo Pileggi Randolph Ricci Antonio Ruggiero Roberto Santarelli Leonardo Sdao 




Carmine Vani 



71 



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Michael Allen JohnAzubalis John Boase JohnCaplice 




MarkCzubak Paul Demy John DIManno John Flynn Wayne Gagne 




Robert Hislop Michael Kiraly John Maynard John McCombs Brian McDavid 




Kevin McKeag 

72 



Scott McLellan MarkMooney SimonasNamikas Steven Pa rrag 




Paul Zelma 



73 



lOG 




Thady Blundel Christopher Callaghan Robert Davis John De Pinto 




I ClaudioDean Adriano DeNovellis David D'Ercole Peter Douglas Paulo Faustino 




Sean Fitzgibbons Peter Gallagher David Glionna Frank Infusini 



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Roel Ligsay 

74 



TiborLovasz John Lyons Thomas MacDonald Joseph Manzoli 




David Mercer Paul Naccarato John Newediuk Domenic Petrucci David Phillips 




Randal Pinto James Purvis Michael Roche Steven Rosen itsch JohnSkubic 




Richard Tocchet Michael Walsh 



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9A 




Marco Berardi Luigi Bianco 



Steven Boras Peter Boross 




Peter Britz 



Rami Brunka Patrick Butler TonyCaputo 



MarcColvin 




Edward DeGale Dennis Fabro James Fantin Anthony Fournasier Joseph Giovanella 




David Hart 

76 



Kenneth Kubecka Donald MacDonald Paul Masciarelli David Maynard 




Paulo Santos Raymond Sicchia Stephen Simpson David Sylvester SamTassone 




Sinisha Varga 



77 



9B 




Andrew Bayley Michael Bilaniuk Terrence Brooks Robert Chase 




JohnChing Patrick Churchill Paul Cobban Michael Crombie Thomas Donaghy 




Victory Farrace Michael Feltrin 



John Finan Michael Gagliardi Wayne Gallant 




Peter Codec 

78 



Hugh Hart 



TarasKalymon Douglas Leahey Robert Leon 




Robert Nicolson Robert Papp Antonio Petosa Giovanni Rizzo 



Mario Ruggiero 




Sergio Scarcella Raymond Shu Robert Si monetta 




Gregory Taylor 




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SandorBuza Nicola Cardinale Marco Clausi 



Louis Correia 



Paulo Costa 




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Matthew Dawson Junior DelBrocco Romeo DiNunzio Peter Ferrari 



Peter Flynn 




George Giannone 

80 



Michael Grossi Matthew Gyulay Antonio Marchese Philippe Maurais 




Glenn McCaffrey Andrew Miekus James Moore Ronald Palleschi GianfrancoPellicori 





Peter Sol Fernando Sousa Frank Stagliano Frank Trentadue 



Frank Vecchiarelli Ronald Vitale 





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9D 




Richard Arcand Brian Arrigo Jeffrey Ash izawa John Birinyi 




JohnBoroniec Sean Brown Michael Buchanan DinoCantisano RenatoChiappetta 





D'Arcy Corcoran LuisCorreia Bernard Czarnik Steven DelFatti IVIanuei Fernandes 





Robert Filicetti 

82 



DomenicFusca Nestor Gula Thomas Keenan Timothy Keon 




Timothy O'Connell Carlo Salvador! Frederick Smith Peter Szydlowski Alberto Tacon 




Jimon Van Wonderen 





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John Wiszniewski 



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Adrian Cieri 



James Coffey 



JoseCouto Frank Crispino 




Darius Cuplinskas Victor Doalamo Perry Fed rigo Robert Fenn 



Frank Ferreira 




Brian Friel 



Leo Gaynor 



Eric Gomes 



Jimmy Grube Edward Jaworski 




Sid Kerrigan 



Paul Krasna 



Vincent Lupo Matthew IVIarren Carmine Masciangelo 



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Peter Phillips Michele Pullella David Rutherford Peter Sabat Luciano Scatozza 




Joseph Sciabbarrasi Joseph Sponagle Richard Strazds Vincent Tedesco Francesco Villiva 




David Walsh Andrew Williams 



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John Bolan Alan Braganza Brian Cato 



John Coffey 




Anthony Coscarelli David DeBono Adriano Delia Mora Ottavio Di Santo David Ellingwood 




Leslie Endes Vince Evangelista Angelo Falcone Timothy Fitzpatrick Thomas Flavin 




Antonio Giovenco John Greenwood Timothy Hannan Jeffrey Locke George Marques 

86 




Michael McConnell Joseph Melo 



MarcMercier Christian Mettel 



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Enrico Palummieri Vince Park 



Carlo Pasquali Anthony Pullano Domenic Rotundo 





Gregory Rupik Christopher Schroeder 



Joseph Servidio 



Richard Stanley Joseph Tainta 




Nigel Trott 



Thomas Walsh 



87 



THE 
FACULTY 



i. 



MR. ANTHONY ADAMS 
Mathematics, Athletics, 
Math. Club. 



MR. PAUL BARRY 
History, Latin, Physical 
Education, Athletics, 
"Coach of the Year." 
MR. EDWARD 
BRYLOWSKI 
English, Latin, Athletics 
MRS. EVA BUCKLEY 
Chemistry, Science (Ass't. 
Dept. Head), 

Mathematics. 



FR. ALBERT BUTLER 

C.S.B. 

Chemistry 

MR. MICHAEL GOWHLAN 

Mathematics (Dept. 

Head), Athletics. 

MR. MICHAEL COLLE 

History, Physical 

Education, Athletics. 



MISS AMELIA Dl 

GREGORIS 

Typing. 

MR. NICK Dl PINTO 

Italian, French, Athletics. 

MR. ANTHONY DODDS 

French, Latin, Mod. Chess 

Club. 



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MR. KENNETH 

DUDZINSKI 

Biology, General Science, 

Mod. Science Club. 

MR.JACKFENN 

Geography, (Dept. Head) 

Athletics. 

MR. PAUL FORBES 

Physical Education, 

Geography, Athletics. 



FR. DENNIS FOYC.S.B. 
Religious Studies, English, 
Superior, Basilian Fathers 
of St. Michael's College 
School. 

MR. PAULGAUTHIER 
Physical Education (Dept. 
Head), Athletics. 
MR. CARLGENIOLE 
Industrial Arts (Dept. 
Head), Mod. A.V. Dept. 



MR.CLEMENTEGRASSI 

French (Dept. Head), 

Italian, Mod. Italian Club, 

Italian Dramatics. 

MR. JOHNGUERRIERE 

Music, (Dept. Head), 

Director of Concert and 

Pit Bands. 

MRS. RUTHANN HARRIS 

Head of Library Dept. 



FR. NEILHIBBERDC.S.B. 

Latin (Dept. Head), 

Religious Studies, 

Athletics, 

DR. MICHAEL HIGGINS 

English (Ass't. Dept. 

Head), Mod. Public 

Speaking, Dramatics. 

FR. ARTHUR HOLMES 

C.S.B. 

Mathematics (Ass't. Dept. 

Head), Director of 

Athletics. 



FR. ANTHONY KELLY 

C.S.B. 

Religious Studies (Dept. 

Head), Sodality of the 

Blessed Virgin Mary, 

Athletics. 

MR. TOM LEO 

Latin, French, Italian, 

Athletics. 

MR.JOHNMACKLE 

Geography, Mod. 

Geography Club, 

Athletics. 



MR. GERALD 
MARLBOROUGH 
Physics, Chemistry, 
Mathematics, Head of 
Science Dept. 
MR. BARRY McDERMOTT 
Geography, Director of 
Bookstore, Ass't. Director 
of Athletics, Director of 
Summer Schools. 
MR. BRIAN McGOWAN 
Religious Studies (Ass't. 
Dept. Head), Industrial 
Arts, Athletics. 



FR. ROBERT McKINNON 

C.S.B. 

Religious Studies, Art, 

Director of Yearbook, 

Dramatics. 

MR. PATRICK MONAHAN 

History (Dept. Head), 

Athletics. 

FR. MATTHEW 

MULCAHEY C.S.B. 

English, Athletics. 



FR. JOHN MURPHY 

C.S.B. 

Religious Studies 

MR. VINCENT PAGANO 

History, Mathematics, 

Athletics. 

MR. MAURICE 

REGIMBAL 

Religious Studies, 

Director of Hockey. 

90 





FR. DENNIS ROWAN 

C.S.B. 

Religious Studies, History. 

MR. DONALD 

SHANAHAN 

Biology, Athletics. 

FR. PAUL SHEEHAN 

C.S.B. 

Industrial Arts, Director of 

the Science Centre. 



MR. DAVID SMYTH 

Mathematics, Athletics. 

MR. MARTIN STORY 

English, Man in Society, 

Dramatics. 

MR. EVANS TANNIS 

French, Athletics. 



MR. JOSEPH THOMPSON 

Religious Studies. 

MR. IAN THOMPSON 

Physics, General Science, 

Dramatics. 

MRS.WINNIFRED 

WIDNER 

French. 



FR.ROCCOVOLPE C.S.B. 
Religious Studies, Italian. 
MR. JOSEPH YOUNDER 
English (Dept. Head), 
Mod. Debating Club. 
FR. CECIL ZINGER C.S.B. 
Religious Studies, Music 
Theory, Mod. Concert 
Band. 

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THE 
ADMINISTRATION 



MR. HUGH McDOUGALL 
Assistant Principal 






MR. PAULDIGNAN 
Director of Studies 
Athletics 



MR. DAN PRENDERGAST 
Director of Counselling 
Athletics 




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MR. GORDON DAVIS 
Treasurer 



MR. HUBERT VOGT 

Director of Managerial Services 



ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANTS 




Mrs. BerniceMulhall 
Principal's Secretary 



Mrs. Marilyn McDonell 
Library Technician 




Mrs. Barbara O'Brien 
General Office 



Miss Clara Borean 
General Office 



Miss Costing 
Public Health Nurse 



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RUDYMORRONE 
President 79-'80 



STEVEN SADLER 
Vice-President 79-'80 



GREG DONAGHY 
Vice-President '79-'80 




JOHN CALLAGHAN 
Sports Representative 



JOHN SEXTON 
Secretary 



JERRY PATERNA 
Treasurer 




INCOMING STUDENT GOVERNMENT 

P. Yan, R. Bingham, J. Callaghan, M. MacDonald. 




MUSIC 
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Michael McManus 
Mary Jo Eustace 
John Hayes 
Catherine Meechan 
Mat Dawson 
Jodi Smith 
Stephan Bilaniuk 
Marianne Armstrong 
Allison Presley 
Anita Christopoulos 
Michael Scott 
Bill Acton 
Jack Golabek 
David Kanary 
Margie Brozozowicz 
Evelyn Kryt 
Rita De Melo 
Cara Stumborg 
Terry Brooks 
John Callaghan 
John DePinto 
Michael O'Toole 
Richard Bochenek 
Joe Mandarine 
Tony Ozanic 
Leo Filipovic 
Brian Smith 
Gino Saccone 
Paul Cira 
Siobhan McKeag 
Sally Heit 
Tammie Chicorii 
Shiela Watson 
Rosanne McKernan 
Mary Anne McDougall 
Sharon Fenn 
Carol Matthews 
Cathy Bierne 
Tony Anderson 
Mark Mihevc 
Phil Kremer 
Mat Gyulay 
Brian McDougall 
Brendan Kielty 
Bob Celej 
Liz Smeaton 
Monica Resnik 
Catherine Dolinar 



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Mary Ellen Watson 
Laura Smith 
Martha Brooks 
David De Bono 
Michael Bilaniuk 
Glen McCatfrey 
John Boromiec 
Andrew Bayley 
John Birinyi 
Joanne Sternik 
Susie Sternik 
Luigi Martino 
Paul Alcamo 
Paul Sarossy 
Joe Gisini 
Peter Nero 
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Chris Bingham 
Luigi LaRocca 
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Paul Naccarato 
Arnold Belsanti 
Kevin Donivan 
Eric Naus 
Michael Shae 
Anthony Fornasier 
Steven Saul 
Patrick Brooks 
Maureen Malone 
Elaine Masterson 
David Pellettier 
Terry Hrab 
Myles Davey 
Paul Sylvester 
Ted Poloni 
David Thomas 
Ken Fuderich 
Stefano Cancelli 
Luigi Brasca 
Michael Bellissimo 
Greg Farrugia 
Kevin McGivney 
Jamie Pitts 
Andrew McKenna 
Richard Kelly 
Joseph Manzoli 



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THE SOCIAL SCENE 

Ron Atkey, P.C. candidate addresses the student body while 

James Lockyer (N.D.P.) and John Roberts (Lib.) await their 

turns. 

Two accomplished students from the Conservatory of Music 

entertain in the Library with their artful handling of the acoustic 

guitar. 

Disco makes the scene at St. Michael's with "Funky Joe" 

making it happen. 

Folk Night always provides a good platform for student Talent. 




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FOOTBALL 
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SENIOR FOOTBALL: Our team had totals of six wins and four losses putting 
them in second place for the season. St. Mike's lost 22-20 in the Finals to 
Michael Power. Most valuable player was Greg Knap, Middle Linebacker. 

JUNIOR FOOTBALL: The team finished in second place and was in the Finals 
in the T.D.C.A.A. for the first time since 1972. The team combined strong 
offence averaging 23 pts. per game and a stubborn defence which yielded an 
average of 5 pts. against per game. Joe Pullano was voted the most valuable 
player. 

BANTAM FOOTBALL: The team was tied for second place but was awarded 
third place on the basis of points. The team suffered only one loss during the 
regular season to the eventual champs. Mike Zahra was awarded the most 
valuable player award. 

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HOCKEY ACTION 



ST. MICHAEL'S BUZZERS: This year the team proved itself as League 
Champion during the regular season, Central Division Champion, but had an 
unfortunate loss to Belleville in the Metro Jr. B League's Finals. Michael 
Pikul, Team Captain, was voted Most Valuable Player with 27 Goals and 47 
Assists. 

SENIOR SCHOOL TEAM: The team started slowly but finished in fifth position 
in the Finals winning the last four games. The players showed their power by 
winning three games in the Loyola High School Tournament in Chicago in 
November. Most Valuable Player was Dave Lee, the team's leading scorer. 

MIDGET MAJORS: Another successful year for this team with a 26 wins, 16 
losses and 2 ties. It reached the Quarter-Finals in a 30 team Ottawa In- 
ternational Midget Tournament and reached the Semifinals with three wins 
and 1 loss in the Drummondville Tournament. Joe Heeney was voted the 
Most Valuable Player. 

MINOR MIDGET MAJORS: The team placed second overall in it's nine team 
league with 41 wins, 9 losses and 9 ties. They won the Guelph International 
Tournament at Christmas and reached the Finals in the M.T.H.L. but lost in 
five games. His excellent performance on the ice and his fine leadership 
qualities won Doug Clarke the title of Most Valuable Player. 

BANTAMS: This team finished in fifth position in it's nine team league losing 
only four of it's last sixteen games. They won the St. Louis International 
Tournament. Most Valuable Player was Ottavio DiSanto because he best 
exemplified the confident spirit which the club gradually developed. 




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BANTAM TEAM: The team placed first in a 
league of sixteen teams with 26 wins, 2 
losses and 28 ties. Besides being League 
Champions, the Bantams were Finalists in 
the George Harvey Tournament, Tour- 
nament Champions at St. Robert's 
Tourney in Thornhiil and Tournament 
Champions at Runneymede Tourney. Mike 
Gagliardi was selected as Most Valuable 
Player. 

JUNIOR TEAM: This team also placed first 
in their league of twelve teams with 27 
wins and 8 losses. And defeating St. 
Basil's 67-37 in quarter-finals, Neil McNeil 
49-33 in semifinals and Chaminade 60-51 
they became the T.D.C.A.A. Champions. 
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Catholic Tournament in Hamilton and the 
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neymede Tourney. Tony Melo was voted 
the Most Valuable Player. 

SENIOR TEAM: Not to be outdone by the 
other teams the Seniors also placed first in 
their league of nine teams with 28 wins, 1 1 
losses and no ties. They were declared 
T.D.C.A.A. Champions with 17 wins and 
only 1 loss and were ranked fourth in 
Metro. They were Finalists in the York 
Tournament and participants in the Metro 
Regional Tournament. Gino Saccone and 
Greg Hook both Co-Captains also shared 
in the Most Valuable Player Award. 





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SOCCER 
ACTION 



BANTAM SOCCER: This young and inexperienced 
team played it's season with great determination and 
spirit. The players learned how to play as a team and 
can boast of scoring two of five goals scored against 
O'Connor, a team with nine wins and one loss during 
the regular season. Captain Tony Barozzino was 
voted Most Valuable Player. 

JUNIOR SOCCER: The team began the season in a 
blaze of glory winning their first five games and tieing 
their sixth. Then due to bad weather and the 
students' preoccupation with exams the tide turned. 
The Juniors placed fifth in an eight team division. A 
halfback with a powerful shot, Giancarlo Lista was 
chosen Most Valuable Player. 

SENIOR SOCCER: The Seniors completed their 
season in second place among ten other teams with 
11 wins, 3 losses and 1 tie. In a game with the other 
division's Champions, St. Basil's, St. Mikes came up 
with a 3-0 win. The Most Valuable Player award was 
shared by two exceptional players, Louis Aleixo and 
Frank Mincheila. 




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VOLLEYBALL 
ACTION 

With a record of 34 wins 11 losses and 40 ties the 
Senior Volleyball Team captured first place in the 
T.D.C.A.A. after some very stiff competition supplied 
by six other teams. In meeting the strong Chaminade 
team in the semifinals, the team lost the first two 
games but demonstrated typical SMC determination 
by winning the next three games. Cardinal Newman 
was firmly beaten in an exciting afternoon of 
Volleyball by three games to one. Because of both his 
offensive and defensive ability Greg Hook was 
selected as the Most Valuable Player. 




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JUNIOR TEAM 



Mr. V. Pagano (Coach), P. Reitmeier (Mgr.), F. meier, Z. Malesewski, J. Horta, E. Mackle, K. 
Staliano, J. Grant, S. Ciz, E. Montemurro, T. Reit- Charter. 



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Upper Left: SENIOR TRACK TEAM (Kneeling): Jamie Doran, Mar^ 
Bayley, Bill Spence. (Sitting): David Rose, Steve Sadler, John Kelly 
Nick Bayley. (Standing): Mr. Pat Monahan, Mr. Paul Barry, Steve 
Masterson. 

Lower Left: BANTAM TRACK TEAM (Kneeling): Thady Blundell 
Randal Pinto, Pat Churchill. (Sitting): Peter Phillips, Rob Nicolson 
Noel Beaulieu, David McNeil, Ed Roddy. (Standing): John Finan 
MikeZahra. 

Below: JUNIOR TRACK TEAM (Kneeling): Kirt Charter, Brendar 
O'Halloran, Kevin Church, Mike Shea, John Frezell. (Sitting): Mr 
A. Adams, Terry Lahey, Mike Roche, Rolim Cabrita, Joe Flynn, Ag^ 
Marmelo, Rob Hislop. (Standing): Frank Ciccolini, Chris Rick, Petei 
Douglas, John McCabe, Rob Shea. 





CROSS-COUNTRY 

BANTAM TEAM 



Andrew Bayley, Thady Blundell, John Brady, 
Robert Chase, Paul DeFreitas, Tom Donaghy, 
Peter Codec, Hugh Hart, Jeff Locke, Mike Mc- 
Connell, Kevin McKay, Bob Nicolson, Walter 
Palma, Kevin Phillips, Peter Phillips, Randal 
Pinto, Ed Roddy, Steve Rosenitsch, Greg Rupik. 
Dave Rutherford. Joey Sponagle, Frank Vec- 
chiarelli. Managers: Roger Keith, John McKay. 
Coaches Mr. Paul Barry, Mr. Pat Monahan, Fr. 
NeilHibberdCSB. 

SEASON RECORD 

St. Michael's Meet First 

Upper Canada Relays Second 

East York Meet Second 

York University Second 

T.S.S.A.A. Meet Second 

T.D.C.A.A, League Champions 

All Ontario Fourth 



JUNIOR TEAM 

Peter Ashw/orth, Nick Bayley, Nick Bednarski, 
Allen Brolley, Steve Bulger, John Casciato, John 
Cavanagh, Bob Celej, Kevin Church, Frank 
Ciccolini, Peter Douglas. Joe Flynn, Peter 
Gallagher, John Horta. Joe James. Mike James, 
Phile Kremer. Paul Krevs. Terry Lahey. George 
Maghalaes, Zbig Maleszewski. Agy Marmello, 
John McCabe. Peter McKay. Brenda O'Halloran. 
Mike O'Toole. Scott Richmond. Jim Ross. Mike 
Scott, Bob Shea, Mike Shea, Brian Smith, Cassian 
Yee. 

SEASON RECORD 

St. Michael's Meet First 

Upper Canada Relays First 

East York Meet Third 

York University Third 

T.S.S.A.A. Meet First 

T.D.C.A.A. Meet Champions 

All Ontario Sixth 



SENIOR TEAM 

Peter Ashworth. Mark Bayley. Frank Ciccolini, 
John Doucet, Dave Mahoney, Dave Rose, Jim 
Ross, Mirus Rupik, Bill Spence, Holder Teles. 

SEASON RECORD 

St. Michael's Meet Fourth 

Upper Canada Relays First 

East York Meet Fifth 

York University Eleventh 

T.S.S.A.A. Meet Second 

T.D.C.A.A. Meet Champions 

All Ontario Thirteenth 

SEASON RECORD 
OVERALL TEAM 

St. Michael's Meet Champions 

Upper Canada Relays Champions 

East York Meet Second 

York University Second 

T.S.A.A. Meet . Champions 

T.D.C.A.A. Meet Champions 

All Ontario Third 




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Mr. H. McDougall, Mike Walsh, Paul Zemla, 
Mike Churchill, John Duras, Steve Saul. 



T.D.C.A.A. Alpine Champions 

Fourth Place O.C.A.A. 

Most Valuable Player - Paul Zemla 




GOLF 
TEAM 



Tom McCarthy, Jamie Pitts, San Haffey, David 
McNeil. The Team placed sixth in the T.D.C.A.A. 
Tournament. Tom led the team with a 79, good 
for sixth place overall. 

School Champion David McNeil 

Jr. School Champion David McNeil 

Sr. School Champion Peter Grossi 

Kevin Dineen 
Most Valuable Player Tom McCarthy 



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TRACK AND FIELD 





Tony Melo with Joe DiGregorio, Head Basketball Coach, 

Clarion State College. 

Mark Traynor with John Ware, Principal, Cardinal 

Newman High School. 

Giancarlo Lista, Tony Barazino with Lou LeFaive, 

Executive Director of Hockey Canada. 

Greg Knap with Fred Owens, Donator, Father Flanagan 

Memorial Trophy. 

Kirt Charter with John Petrushak, Head Basketball Coach, 

Runnymede Collegiate. 

Greg Hook and Gino Saccone with Dan Prendergast, 

Basketball Coach, St. Michael's C.S. 

Peter Grossi, Kevin Dineen and David McNeil with Steve 

Cooney, Sports Announcer C.B.C. T.V. Channel 5. 

Greg Hook with Dr. Peter James, M.D. Sports Injuries 

Specialist. 

Thad Blundell, Bill Spence and Joe Flynn with Paul Craig, 

Canadian 100 metre champion. 

Joe Pullano with Rob Forbes, Professional Football Player, 

Calgary Stampeders. 

David Lee with Dave Chambers, Toronto Malboros, Junior 

"A" Hockey Coach. 

Mike Pikul with Dave Chambers. 

Mike Zahra with Steve Ackroyd, Professional Football 

Player, Toronto Argonauts. 

George Vince with John Putrushak. 

Brendon Kielty with Lou LeFaive. 





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DEBATE 

NOVICE DEBATERS 

First Row: 
Pat Rotundo 
Vince Pulo 
Raymond Shu 
Mario Ruggiero 



Second Row: 
Jamie Pitts (Coach) 
Rivlyn Manning 
Victor Farrace 
Tom Flavin 
Taras Kalyman 
John Heng (Coach) 



JUNIOR DEBATERS 

First Row: 
Cassian Yee 
Joe DeBono (Coach) 
Jamie Pitts 
John Heng 

Second Row: 
Aldo Scorziello 
Rob Windisman 
Jim Chiarotta 
John Svab 
Roland Isia 



SENIOR DEBATERS 

First Row: 

Stefan Bilaniuk 

Joe DeBono 

Mr. J. Younder (Moderator) 

Peter Federico 

Second Row: 

Richard Gowel 

John Doucet 

Dave Mahoney (President) 

Steve Sadler 




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DRAMATIC 
INTER- 
PRETATION 

Jim Chiarotta 
Joseph DeBono 
Dr. M. Higgins 
David Mahoney 
Michael McManus 



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SCIENCE FAIRS 



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BOARD WINNERS 

Alan Braganza 
Stephen Caruana 
Robert Nicholson 

Alan Broiley 
Sinisha Varga 
Peter Gallagher 
Edward Sitarski 



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METROPOLITAN 
SEPARATE SCHOOL 
BOARD (GROUP 11) 
WINNERS 

Raymond Shu 
Alan Braganza 
Stephen Caruana 
Robert Nicholson 

Enrico Palummieri 
Alan Broiley 
Sinisha Varga 
Peter Gallagher 
Edward Sitarski 
Tara Kalymon 




AWARD WINNERS 




CHRIS TYSIACZNY 
won First Prize in 
Senior Biology in 
The Metro Toronto 
Science Fair and 
went on to receive 
Honourable Mention 
in the National 
Science Fair. 



AWARD WINNERS 
METRO TORONTO 
SCIENCE FAIR 

Mr. K. Dudzinski, 
(School Science 
Fair Coordinator) 
Edward Sitarski 
Stephen Caruana 
Raymond Shu 



SCIENCE CLUB 

John Birinyi 
Jeffrey Ashizawa 
Remi Brunka 
Richard Arcand 

Mr. Dudzinski (Mod.) 
Robert Windisman 
Reno De Bono 
Lillo Pinizzotto 



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Seated: Raymond Shu 
Peter Boross 
Vince Pileggi 
Paul Sitarski 
Standing: Richard 
Strazds 

Michael Lattanzi 
Mr. A. Dodds 
Alex Naszados 
Gordon Stone 
Stefan Bilaniuk 

MATH 
LEAGUE 

Mario Ruggiero 
Thomas Mudrinic 
Tony Ruggiero 
Victor Farrace 
Barry Naipaul 
Raymond Shu 
Mr. M. Coghlan 
Mr. A. Adams 

A.V. 
DEPT. 

Mario DeFacendis 
Louis Marmello 
Mr. C. Gerniole 
Paul Kaliciak 
(Absent): Dan Paluzzi 




THE LIZARD PEOPLE 

Front: Royden Gillis, Ottavio Aquino, John 
Salvatore. Middle: Jerry Kafieh, Mr. D. 
Shanahan, Ed Sitarski, Joe Ferreira, Steve 
Kuzdenyi. Back: Andy Berger, Bill Boy-Wilson, 
Richard McGinnis, Peter Nero, Rob Vesz, Paul 
Sarossy. Absent: Dave Thomas, John Perchal. 

THE DOUBLE-BLUE 

Richard Bingham, Greg Donaghy, Peter Yan, 
Brian Smith and Mike O'Toole. 

THE SODALITY 

Barry Naipaul, Fr. A. Kelly CSB, Royden Gillis 
and JoeGagliardi. 






Peppino De Filippi Sam Bonnano 

Michael Bonjour Roberto Francescuto 

THE POVERI IN CAMPAGNA 

Liborio Scortico David Conforti 

Cesarino Dominic Sgro 

Celestino Dan Sanelli 

Michelle, Oste Tony Bernabei 

Un Garzone di Osteria Joe Belsanti 

Scugnizzo Pasquale Rotundo 

Primo Suonatore Tony DeMarco 

Secondo Suonatore Frank DiNino 

Posteggiatrice Diana Valentim 

CARNEVALATA 

Don Cesare Donato DiCosmo 

Cristina Maria Parente 

Licjia . . . ' Angela Genitti 

Marisa . . Maria Tempio 

pjg(ro Tony Butera 

Fortunato Frank Plastina 

Peppino Cosmo LaRosa 

Romeo Luigi Cianfarani 

fgjnetta Valerie Macioce 

Scognam'iglio Jerry Paterna 

Suggeritrici Pat Marinelli 

Lina Valente 

Trucco Daniella laboni 

Rose Rezzo 
ElisaSuppa 

Suono 6 Luci Sig. John Taglione 

Musica Sig. Vito DeSimini 

Scenario Luigi Martino 

JoeGisini 



THE ITALIAN CLUB 

The Dramatic Production by Peppino De Filippo was under the direction of Mr. 

ClementeGrassi. . 

The Italian Banquet in the Cafeteria has become an annual affair. 

The Italian Club executive: Mr. C. Grassi, Frank Plastina, Mary Parente and 

Cosimo La Rosa. 





ST. MICHAEL'S 

WALKS FOR LIFE 

About two hundred students and faculty from St. 
Michael's came together to celebrate a Community 
Mass together and then joined the thousands of 
other concerned people at Queen's Park to show 
our solidarity behind the Pro-Life Movement. By 
celebrating Life together we denounced the 
scandal of our government's pro-abortion stance. 





PROJECT '80 



Many collections and raffles were helcTto raise funds for 
the various charities covered by Project '80 but this 
year saw two original efforts - Home room 12 B's car 
wash and 12 E's used book sale. 




REMEMBER 
WHEN . . . 




. . . AND WHO CAN FORGET . . . 



. . . the staff-student wrestling, sorry, I mean, basketball 

game! 

. . . lounging about at the stadium and in the classroom! 

. . . Darko Poletto's latest dunking technique! 

. . . David Pellettier's spring fever! 



. . . our favourite people during the 4th, 5th or 6th 

period! 

. . . Grade nine parents enmeshed in students' 

schedules during "Meet the Teacher Night!" 




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Graduation was conducted with a heavy burden of sorrow. Just days before 
the ceremony two Grads, Bruno Guerriero and Mario Morra were drowned in 
an end-of-school camping outing. 

Even though the profound shock and deep sadness was felt throughout the 
day, nevertheless the joys of graduation, the congratulations and family get- 
togethers went on. 

A change of format proved most successful by having the distribution of 
diplomas and prizes in Holy Rosary Church immediately after the celebration 
of the Eucharist. His Excellency, Bishop Clune officiated and William Spence, 
the Valedictorian, eloquently put the sentiments of the Class of '80 
beautifully into focus. Music was provided by Fr. C. Zinger, Mr. J. Guerriere, 
Andrew McKenna and the Choir. The Parents' Guild provided refreshments 
in the school cafeteria to conclude the ceremony. 




CONGRATULATIONS. CLASS OF '80 




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Front Row: Robert Grossi, Dan Brennan (V.P.), John McCusker (Pres.), Paul 
Thompson (Treas.), Joe Trubic, Jim Pantaleo. Back Row: Gene Natale, Bill 
Rosenitch, Fr. A. Butler, Wayne Horan, Frank Kielty, Harry Flood, Fr. N. Fitz- 
patrick. Bob Dubniak. 



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President Mr. Martin Frith 

Vice-President Mr. Julius Engyel 

Secretary Mrs. Donna Svab 

Treasurer Mrs. Nuala MacDonald 

Social Convenor Mrs. Eve Acton 

Membership Convenor . . . . Mrs. Bruna Ferrovecchio 
Spiritual Director Fr. M. MulcahyCSB. 

Parents and Meet the Teacher Night. 




Teacher: Mr. C. Grassi, Class Representative: Tony Butera. 

Treasurer: Shawn Meehan. 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

Food Drive: $236.67 (first in Gr. 13, fourth in school). 

Project '79-'80: $270.00, St. Mike's Draw: $98.60 (first in Gr. 

13), Gr. 13 Hockey Finals. 

Major Accomplishment: Learned the meaning of "papagali!" 



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IN MEMORY OF 
MARIO AND BRUNO 



The Faith and Hope of the Class of '80 was severely challenged by the sudden 
deaths of two of its members just days before the Graduation Ceremony. 

Two good friends throughout the school year who enjoyed the thrills of 
playing football together and who frequently worked together to master the 
academic requirements of Grade XI 1 1, they were called upon to confront the 
mystery of death together. At the very threshold of their adulthood, the 
Father of All who created them called them to Himself. Now, death is no 
longer a mystery to them and God's creative purpose has been realized for 
them. Mario and Bruno have graduated not merely from High School but from 
the day-to-day life as we now experience it to the glo. ,ous life of the 
Resurrection. Although the terrible pain of loss to parents, families and 
friends can only be healed with the passage of time there does remain the 
consolation of our Christian conviction that beyond the Cross there is the 
Resurrection and the Life. 

The high regard for Mario and Bruno held by both faculty and students was 
much in evidence in the large attendance at both Funeral Masses. 

We pray that both these young men share fully in the Joy and Peace the Lord 
has in store for those who believe in Him. They will long be remembered in 
our love. 



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Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.